service abroad


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Noun1.service abroad - naval service aboard a ship at sea
assignment, duty assignment - a duty that you are assigned to perform (especially in the armed forces); "hazardous duty"
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When our service abroad ended, we came back to Blackbush Airport, sent to Goodge Street Reception Centre in London and later in the day, sent by train to Borden in Hampshire.
Real Admiral Gilmore has recently finished full time service after a long and distinguished defence career that included many years at the most senior levels of the Australian Defence Force, both at home and in service abroad.
The fact is most of the firms levelling these charges operate in most EU states or have agreements to use other networks so it didn't cost them any more to provide a service abroad.
based health care workers have been volunteering their service abroad, despite the fact that some have been faced with quarantine requirements upon their return.
Military service abroad kindled his enthusiasm for travel and honed his clinical expertise.
The "Project Friendship" bracelets are part of New Zealand's Volunteer Service Abroad (vsa.
Gareth is also involved in The Choir: Military Wives while their folks are on active service abroad.
She delivered the Letters Patent on behalf of the Queen, recognising the community's role in honouring members of the armed forces who died in service abroad.
THE role of the town of Wootton Bassett in commemorating the members of the armed forces who have died while on service abroad was recognised with the awarding of the "Royal" accolade.
Summary: The role of the town of Wootton Bassett in commemorating soldiers who have died while on service abroad is to be recognised.
Birmingham-born Laurie Mansfield, is the chairman of the British Forces Foundation, which organises the fund-raising events for troops and for popular entertainers to cheer up and entertain troops while on active service abroad.
The Petitioners attempted to serve the documents upon Benedikt, while the Executor of Clemens's estate moved to quash the service because it failed to comply with the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters of 1965 [20 U.